The Most Famous Disabled Person in the Philippines: Recognizing a National Icon

Choose the disabled person you think is the most famous!

Author: Gregor Krambs
Updated on Apr 21, 2024 08:08
Welcome to StrawPoll's latest and most captivating ranking yet - "Who is the most famous disabled person in the Philippines?" Join thousands of avid voters as we celebrate the indomitable spirit and exceptional achievements of these inspiring individuals, who have overcome their physical challenges and left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of the nation. Cast your vote now to show your support for your favorite Filipino hero, or suggest someone who you think deserves to be recognized for their resilience and triumph over adversity. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to shine a spotlight on these extraordinary people and their remarkable stories, proving that courage and determination know no bounds. Your vote matters, so let's come together and find out who truly stands tall as the most famous disabled person in the Philippines!

Who Is the Most Famous Disabled Person in the Philippines?

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    Apolinario Mabini is known as the "Brains of the Revolution," Mabini was a Filipino revolutionary leader and a lawyer who served as the first Prime Minister of the Philippines. He was paralyzed from the waist down due to polio.
    Apolinario Mabini in other rankings
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    Tonyo Cruz is a journalist, blogger, and activist who has cerebral palsy. He is known for advocating for disability rights and accessibility in the Philippines.
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    Francisco Balagtas is a poet and author of the epic Florante at Laura. He was blind in one eye and had poor vision in the other.
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    Randy Weisser is a deaf Filipino-American actor who has appeared in several Hollywood films and TV shows. He is also an advocate for the deaf community.
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    Julius Babao is a Filipino broadcast journalist who has a hearing impairment. He is known for his work as a news anchor and for promoting awareness of disability issues.
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    Marites Allen is a feng shui expert and author who is blind. She has written several books on feng shui and has become a sought-after speaker on the topic.
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    Pia Marasigan is a deaf-mute Filipino artist who is known for her sculptures and paintings. She has exhibited her works in galleries both locally and internationally.
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    Lea Salonga is a singer and actress who has been partially deaf since birth. She is known for her work in musical theatre, particularly for her role as Kim in Miss Saigon.
    Lea Salonga in other rankings
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    Efren PeƱaflorida is a teacher and social activist who founded the Dynamic Teen Company, a group that provides education to underprivileged children. He is also a wheelchair user.
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    Ryan Cayabyab
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    Ryan Cayabyab is a composer and musician who is partially blind. He is known for his contributions to Philippine music and has won numerous awards for his work.

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Ranking factors for famous disabled person

  1. Impact
    The impact the person has made on society despite their disability.
  2. Visibility
    The visibility of the person in the media, public eye, and social media.
  3. Achievements
    The individual achievements of the person may be taken into account, such as awards and recognition, advocacy work, and personal accomplishments.
  4. Representation
    The individual's representation of their disability and how it has influenced the representation of disability in society.
  5. Perseverance
    The individual's ability to persevere through their disability and overcome obstacles.
  6. Importance
    The importance of the person's work in advancing disability rights, accessibility, and inclusion in the Philippines.

About this ranking

This is a community-based ranking of the most famous disabled person in the Philippines. We do our best to provide fair voting, but it is not intended to be exhaustive. So if you notice something or disabled person is missing, feel free to help improve the ranking!

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Voting Rules

A participant may cast an up or down vote for each disabled person once every 24 hours. The rank of each disabled person is then calculated from the weighted sum of all up and down votes.

More information on most famous disabled person in the philippines

The Philippines has a rich history of championing the rights of people with disabilities. From the establishment of the National Council on Disability Affairs to the passing of the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons, the country has shown a commitment to ensuring equal opportunities for all. Despite this progress, people with disabilities still face challenges in accessing education, employment, and healthcare. However, many disabled individuals in the Philippines have overcome these obstacles to achieve great success and recognition. In this article, we will explore the lives and achievements of some of the most famous disabled people in the Philippines.

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